stopping smoking with Cambridge Hypnotherapy

Stop smoking can be easier than you imagined

Over the past few weeks I’ve seen a large number of new enquiries from people wishing to stop smoking with Cambridge Hypnotherapy. I always find it interesting when we get a rush of clients all wanting the same thing, maybe they’ve all seen a tv programme that I’ve missed. Or is it just coincidence? Who knows!

Stopping smoking can be very difficult for people, but does it have to be? In my opinion, no. It can be ridiculously easy when approached in the correct manner. Smoking is not a physical addiction in my opinion and the practical evidence for this I think backs me up. A woman can fall pregnant and instantly throw all of her cigarettes away and quit on the spot. A man could be admitted to hospital where they are unable to get outside and as smoking is not an option they tend to find that they don’t even think about smoking. Maybe someone who is a heavy smoker even jumps on a plane to Australia for the best part of 24 hours and again, as smoking is not permitted, they don’t even realise that they haven’t thought about it for that entire time. If all of these people were physically addicted to nicotine then this couldn’t happen. And ultimately what about those who start with nicotine patches yet throw them away and go back to smoking? Surely the patch would have done the job if nicotine was the hit they needed?

So how can we help? Well we can help with the psychological aspects of smoking. From those times were someone may smoke more because they are bored, or maybe suffering with large loads of stress to those times when they are just down the pub socialising with their friends, we can help you change your mindset so that the idea of smoking is now easily outweighed by the desire to remain a non smoker.

You too can become a non smoker in only ONE session. Simply contact us by clicking here or call us on 01223 7201 20 and we can let you know how easy it is for you and get you booked in for a FREE initial consultation.

Speak soon,

Luke

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